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November 2009

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Holiday Reading: Best Book Picks for Nature Lovers
As the wind starts to nip at our noses outdoors, curling up with a warm drink and a good book becomes more appealing. Our staff share their book picks for your reading list or gift shopping this season.
Nature Canada picks – winter book list

Prepare for Winter Birds
Winter brings some familiar feathered friends to our neighbourhood. Welcome birds to your backyard or balcony this season with 7 helpful tips.
Get our bird tips for winter

More Species Added to Red List
Endangered species continue to be at the brink of extinction worldwide according to the IUCN's latest Red List. More birds are critically endangered, but there are some conservation successes as well.
Endangered species – who's on the list?

The Antarctica Challenge
Nature Canada member Mark Terry will be screening his latest film at the climate talks in Copenhagen. Featuring the latest science and an urgent message, the UN hopes that the documentary will serve as a call to action for world leaders.
More on the film – watch the trailer!

Fighting Global Warming: Why Trees Matter
When it comes to fighting global warming, trees are one of our most important allies. As climate talks in Europe draw near, let's remember: forests must play a bigger role in our strategy to stop climate change.
Why trees matter in the fight against global warming

Canaries in the Coalmine
The world's birds are among the first to feel the effects of climate change. Canadian species can be particularly at risk, and they're sending us a message we shouldn't ignore.
Birds – our messengers in the climate crisis

Photo of the Month
Are you ready for winter? Take some tips from this feathered visitor who looks quite settled for the season.
November Photo of the Month

Around the Bend
Want to get involved with nature-related events in your area? Check out our calendar to see what's coming up, or submit details for your event.
See our calendar


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